Fujitsu Siemens piles on the sales in Denmark  

The computer manufacturer is aiming to reach DKK 1 billion turnover for the financial year which ends in March, which would correspond to a growth rate of more than 50%

Fujitsu Siemens' Danish division is piling on the sales, according to a report from ComputerWorld, and the company is hoping to reach a turnover of DKK 1 billion (USD 180 mn) for the financial year which ends in March. Reaching this target will correspond to a growth rate of more than 50%.


A large desktop order from Danske Bank has helped sales along nicely, and in January the company sold 25% more than in its best month last year, says sales director Erik Søe. Notebook computers have been a strong driving force at Fujitsu Siemens. In Q4 2004 alone, notebooks delivered an impressive 76% sales growth with 13,897 units. Looking at 2004 as a whole, notebook sales grew by over 66%. The server side of the business also generated a healthy sales growth of almost 35%.


Fujitsu Siemens is clearly bullish about its future prospects in Denmark. "We have won a series of major contracts that have given us our growth. Now we can see growth beginning to show among our small and medium sized customers", says Erik Søe.

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